Hotel Hacienda Plaza De Armas
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... to our new home with a fantastic meal from our cook who happened to be less pushy over finishing all the soup than our Uyuni cook!
We had a good game of volleyball in a local field whilst watching the sunset and then had a night-time boat trip back to the cabins. We got to see the orange eyes of the Caymans in our flashlights along with plenty of bats and one piranha which decided it would be fun to jump into our boat!
... Monastery which was marvellous. Brightly coloured walls and lots of pretty quadrants. The next morning we have a 3am pick up for Colca Canyon. We arrive at Condor Point and luckily almost immediately we see a few condors fly right over us, very close up- fantastic! We didn't exactly read the itinerary of our 2 day trip very closely and thought it was just a few hours trekking each day. Turns out we were trekking to the bottom of Colca Canyon (3191m, bigger than the ...
... day out by using a fast planning boat if you come here) and the toilet could only be flushed with a bucket. Oh dear. It was also filled with non-English speakers, which made for a boring 14 hour day for Christine, who likes to engage strangers in conversation more than I do.
We sailed out through a ...
... for the next morning. For dinner the two of us went out for pizza and in typical Lauren and Chris style we found the only restaurant out of a hundred that didn't have the pizza oven on, and was freezing cold. At least after the third attempt they got the oven started, and the pizza was pretty good. Up early for breakfast in our room again, and an 8:00am bus to Cusco. Thankfully the bus ride was very un eventful and we arrived in Cusco almost on ...
... offers of sprigs of muna from passers by to crush and inhale – they help with breathing and opening your lungs. The path led through some interesting parts of the village, I
passed a group of men building a house by hand – no machinery on this island. Had to give way to a donkey and a man with a runaway wheelbarrow on one stretch.
With much perseverance, I made it to the top! With cheers from our group who had only beaten me ...